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Santa in Hermosa Beach Dec. 19

Santa Claus and his crew of jolly helpers will visit six Hermosa Beach neighborhoods for free photos and fun.

Kids in Hermosa Beach will get to visit with Santa Wednesday (the date was moved from Dec. 12 due to weather concerns) when the man in red takes his sleigh out for six neighborhood visits, including a stop on Pier Plaza.

Escorted by the Hermosa Beach Police and Fire departments, Santa will spend 20 minutes at each stop, where he will take photos with residents waiting to meet him.

Here is Santa's schedule for Wednesday:

  • 6-6:20 p.m.--6th and Hollowell
  • 6:30- 6:50 p.m.--Prospect and 8th Street
  • 7-7:20 p.m.--1500 block of Golden Avenue
  • 7:30-7:50 p.m.--2000 block of Hillcrest Avenue
  • 8-8:20 p.m.--1500 block of Bonnie Brae
  • 8:30-8:50 p.m.--Pier Plaza

Fire Chief David Lantzer reports that Santa will travel the following routes on his way to his scheduled stops:

Eastbound on Pier Avenue to southbound on Pacific Coast Highway to eastbound on 5th Street to southbound on Prospect Avenue to southbound on Hollowell Avenue with a stop at 6th Street.

Santa will then go northbound on Hollowell Avenue to westbound on 7th Place to northbound on Prospect Avenue to a stop at 8th Street and Prospect Avenue.

After that, Santa will travel northbound on Prospect Avenue to eastbound on 15th Street to northbound on Golden Avenue with a stop in the 1500 block of Golden.

From there, he will take Golden to westbound 17th Street to northbound Prospect Avenue to westbound 21st Street to Hillcrest Avenue and stop in the 1500 block of Hillcrest.

Santa will then go southbound on Hillcrest Avenue to eastbound on 18th Street to southbound on Prospect Avenue to westbound on 16th Street to southbound on Bonnie Brae, stopping in the 1500 block of Bonnie Brae.

From that location, Santa will travel southbound on Bonnie Brea to westbound on Aviation Boulevard to northbound on PCH to westbound on Pier Avenue to his scheduled Pier Plaza stop on Pier Plaza.

Santa's neighborhood visits are possible due to Hermosa Beach Neighborhood Watch, and Hermosa Beach's fire, police and public works departments.

Check out the photos from Santa's Dec. 5 neighborhood visits and be sure to upload your photos from tonight's visits.

  • Previously: Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
  • Previously: Updated: Santa Evening Postponed Due to Rain

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